I have always believed in the power of Tea, especially since I lived in China for 3 long years! I've been to a "tea" factory and had expensive tea sessions with my students and learned the importance each tea variant gives! That's why I am NOT surprised when Beauty Companies tap on the power of "tea" to beautify us not only on the inside but also on the outside.
Origins have recently launched their RitualiTea face and Body mask range.
Ritualitea Powder Face Masks (Php2,400.00)
Ritualitea Cleansing Body Masks (Php1,850.00)
Origins Rituali Tea
- Mind Over Mate (Yerba Mate and Citrus) for Normal Skin - cooling and rejuvenating with citrus extract to uplift the senses.
- Feeling Rosy (Rooibos Tea and Rose) for Troubled, reddened skin - Calming and soothing with AHA and zinc that helps calm skin problems.
- Oolong La (Oolong Black Tea and Chai Spices) for Oily Skin - a pufiying mask.
- Matcha Madness (Matcha and Green Tea) for Dry Skin - has L-Theanine to help relieve stress, can revitalize and has a superb antioxidant benefit.
Since the Origins Powder Face Masks are in powder form, you need to add water to transform the powder into a creamy mask mixture and apply on areas needed to help you feel relaxed and renewed.
Directions: Blend 2 level teaspoons of powder with 2 teaspoons of warm water in a bowl. Mix well until the consistency is smooth and creamy.
L-R Matcha Madness, Feeling Rosy, Mind Over Mate and Oolong La
My good friend Phoebe went and tried the Feeling Rosy while I definitely went for the mask for dry skin which is the Matcha Madness.
The mask is best applied on clean, dry skin. Apply an even layer and you may use 2 different variants on specific areas of your face depending on your skin type. Leave for 10 minutes and rinse. It is best to use this twice a week for better results.
Origins Ritualitea collection are available at Origins stores near you. For more information, like Origins Philippines on Facebook.
Which variant would you go for?
Have you tried doing face and body masks as part of your beauty regimen?